This 10 minute interview was conducted by Emmy Award winning journalist Carey Pena on location in Scottsdale, Arizona. Her book is all about how to rebalance domestic responsibilities in the home so people feel more valued and less stressed.
Darin and Kara Moss turned to adoption after learning that they weren’t able to have more biological children. “I had to look at things a little different,” Moss explained. “I had to get to the point where I was willing to try something. As I tried and exercised faith in that, it grew. And continued to grow.”
“Thoughts become words. Words become actions. Actions become habits. If we are constantly talking about things that matter, sooner or later, we are going to put some action behind what we are saying.” Phoenix Entrepreneur is starting a conversation with his new line of socks called Voyce Threads
Angela Harrolle: CEO – The 100 Club of Arizona. Working with The 100 Club continuing to share the stories of our public service members so the community understands the sacrifices that are made for us daily.
Joelle Hadley is the founder and president of The Culture Coaches and travels the country helping to create more positive and productive workplaces where people love their work and love their lives.
A woman CEO with a big vision is making a difference in the lives of thousands of children and families. In this video, we hear from the CEO of Phoenix Indian Center and also a woman who says the center has changed her life.
“Charm, communication and respect — showing people respect — just changes the atmosphere so dramatically,” says Debora Black, Chief of Police in Glendale, Arizona. Black defied the odds to get where she is today. She came up in a male dominated industry and rose up the ranks in a way that was unexpected — at least to her.
How To Solve America’s Deadly Domestic Violence Problem And Why The Solution Might Be Found In Phoenix
Dr. Maria Garay-Serratos is the CEO of Sojourner Center, a domestic violence shelter in Phoenix, Arizona that is breaking new ground both in principal and in practice. Garay-Serratos is trying to change the way people think about and talk about domestic violence.
Do Not Let The Oppressor Win: Kidnapping Victim Jaycee Dugard Teams Up With Phoenix CEO To Spread Hope
“I always wanted to be that voice for the people without voices. I had that foundation of love that said you are special. Walk with your head up. You have so much to offer the world.” Dr. Kellie Warren grew up in Ohio. Her family was loving, but not all of her experiences were easy.
Fitness Expert, Author and Speaker Kim Dolan Leto has walked what some might say is an improbable path. At the age of 30, Leto found herself overworked and out of shape. She was, like so many Americans, exhausted both mentally and physically. “They say sitting is the new smoking,” she says.